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SUBJECT: United Farm Workers et al 



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RE SACRAMENTO TEL, 7-31-73, CAPTIONED "LABOR DISPUTE BETWEEN ' 
UNITED FARM WORKERS UNION AND TEAMSTERS UNION, KERN COUMTY, CALIF., 
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FOLLOWING SET FORTH FOR INFO OF BUREAU RE CAPTIONED DISTURBANCE 



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143 NEW ARRESTS MADE, ALL OF WHOM REFUSED OR RELEASES INCLINING 
DOROTHY DAY OF NEW YORK CITY, HEAD OF LAY CATHOLIC WORKER MOVEMENT, 
ALONG WITH 20 NUNS AND SIX PT?fESTS, THUS TAXING JAIL FACILITIES. 3S, 
ARE STILL IN CUSTODY FROM PRIOR ARRESTS, Mj^O-NG-ioTAL OF APPROXIMATE! 

CESAR CHAVEZ MADE SPEECH AT PaRLIER, CaLIF. , OR CHaRD» PLEDGING 
CORT ORDERS WILL NOT BREAK UFw AND URGING RECALL OF JUDGE ELAINE "T^ 



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PETTIT, WHO ISSUED INJUNCTION LIMITING NUMBER OF PICKETS, AND SHERIFF 
MELVIN A. WILLMIRTH, FRESNO COUNTY SHERIFF. IN AFTERNOON CHaVEZ AND 
CALIF., SENATOR GEORGE MOSCONE TOURED FRESNO COUNTY JAIL. 

kAVZ HEARD 1,030^V^> 
ADDITIONAL UFW PICKETS NOV AT DELAON, I*lAY BE DISPATCHED IC FRESNO 
COUNTY TOMORROW, 

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MATELY 1,305 PICKETS OF UFWU ARE IN KERN COUKTY TODAY. THERE HaS 

BEEN VERY ACTIVE PICKETING; HOv/EVEn, THERE HaS BEEN NO tfAJOR VIOLENCE. 

SEVEN UFWU PICKETS ARRESTED BY fl BTODAY. T',/0 ARRESTED 

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FOR ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON, INVOLVING ROCK THROWING A^D SLING- 
SHOTS, AND FIVE ARRESTED FOR MALICIOUS MISCHIEF. 
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NO MAJOR STRIKE DISTURBANCE HAD OCCURRED ON 3-2-73, WITH ONLY ONE 
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strike related arrest accomplished. he advised estimated 300 pickets 
are active in southern tulare county. to date, approximately 
$157,000 has been expended by fresno county in patrolling picket 
v "" activities. $100,630 has been expended 3y kern county, and approxi- 

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- ■ MATELY $S0,002 BY TULARE COUMTY TO DATE. KE ADVISED KERN COUNTY HaS 

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| \\ SA DEPUTIES ASSIGNED, FRESNO COUNTY HAS 72 DEPUTIES ASSI3NED, AND 

V^J. TULARE COUNTY HAS 42 DEPUTIES ASSIGNED. CURRENT COST TO TULARE COUNTY 

■-': ; v^ IS ESTIMATED TO BE 52,500 PER DAY. 

[ • BaDVISED ON 8-1-73, IN SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY NEAR KERN P 

COUNTY LINE, GROUPS Or PICKETS RANGING IN NUM3ER FROM S3 TO S00 
CONGREGATED AT VARIOUS RANCHES IN AREA. PICKETS GENERALLY MOVED 
THEIR ACTIVITIES FROM RANCH TO RANCH BETWEEN KERN AND TULARE COUNTIES. 
AT 6:30 AM, B-l-73, DEPUTIES RESPONDED TO TUDOR RANCH AT ROAD 212 AND 
AVENUE 8, RICHGROVE, CALIF., WHERE APPROXIMATELY 12 PICKETS HftD 

G~- 1 ENTERED FIELD WHERE CREW WAS WORKING, FIRE SET TO SEVERAL BOXES; 
£\ GRAPE GONDOLAS WERE TOPPLED, AND PICKUP TRUCK WINDSHIELD BROKEN. 

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TOTAL OF 15 STRIKE RELATED ARRESTS MADE AT THIS AND OTHER LOCATIONS 
FOR CHARGES OF TRESPASSING, MALICIOUS MISCHIEF, AND DISTURBING PEACE. 
^ P ARRESTED CHARGED WITH 3^ 

ADW, STEMMING FROM COMPLAINT THAT HE HAD STRUCK TUDOR RANCH WORKER ON 
HEAD WITH BROOMSTICK BEING USED AS FLAG HOLDER. DEPUTIES INVESTIGATED 
REPORT FEOM PICKETS GUNSHOTS WERE FIRED AT THEM BY WORKERS AT TUDOR 
RANCH WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. ONE RANCH MANAGER REPORTED WORKERS HAD 
COMPLAINED OF GUNSHOTS BEING FIRED AT CREW BUS AS IT WAS LEAVING 
VINEYARD. 

DEPUTIES ARE INVESTIGATING SHOOTING OF f W (^ 

REPORTED THAT AT 3:23 PM, 8-1-73, HE WAS WITH 
GROUP OF 50 TO 63 PERSONS WHO UERE PICKETING VINEYARD NEAR INTER- *■>£, 
SECTION OF ROAD 2 16 AMD AVENUE 4, RICHGROVE. M ^WAS ENTERING 

FRONT SEAT OF CAR WHEN SEVERAL GUNSHOTS WERE HEARD. ONE BULLET VENT 
THROUGH REAR WINDOW OF VEHICLE AND LODGED IN HIS UPPER RIGHT SHOULDER. 
WITNESSES AND DEPUTIES INVESTIGATION REFLECTED WEAPON SMALL CaLIBER 
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DURATION OF ONE TO ONE AND A HALF MINUTES. FREELANCE PHOTOGRAPHER, 



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SAN FRANCISCO, WHO WAS AT SCENE, REPORTED 
ONE OF BULLETS LODGED IN HIS CAR. WITNESSES STATED SHOTS FIRED 
FROM VICINITY OF INTERSECTION OF ROAD 216 AND AVENUE A. THREE frN S ' jDO 
WERE SEEN AT INTERSECTION, ONE P0SSI3LE CARRYING RIFLE. 
TREATED BY DR. OKAHOTO AT UFw CLINIC, DELANO. 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW AND REPORT. 
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LABOR DEPUTE BETWEEN U> IT ED FARM W ORKERS UK ION iuFWU) AND TEAf 
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FRESNO COUNTY* 

ADVISED NO NEW ARRESTS WERE MADE IN FRESNO fc" 1 * 
COUNTY OF UFW PICKETS. APPROXIMATELY 200 PICKETS WENT FROM ONE 
ORCHARD AND VINEYARD TO ANOTHER IN EAST FRESNO COUNTY WHILE ABOUT 100 
PICKETED MELON RANCHES IN WESTERN FRESNO COUNTY. 413 PICKETS REMAIN 
IN CUSTODY. CESAR CHAVEZ VISISTED INCARCERATED PICKETS AT TEMPORARY 
QUARTERS AT FRESNO FAIRGROUNDS AND WAS jRf^RTEDLY HEADED SOUTH 
FOLLOWING THIS VISIT. SEVERAL NUNS AND PRIESTS REMAIN IN CUSTODY AND 



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ADVISED APPROXIMATELY 1,500 PICKETS OF UFWU WERE ACTIVE 
IN KERN COUNTY TODAY. HE ADVISED APPROXIMATELY 3:30 AM TODAY, UFWU 
PICKETS PELTED ALL CARS WITH ROCKS IN ARVIN AND LAMONT, CALIF. AREA. 
ALL PRESUMABLY FARM WORKERS ENRQUTE TO FIELD. HE ADVISED ONLY TWO OR 
THREE ARRESTS HAD BEEN MADE^Hfl W VkC *^ 

ADVISED THAT 
AT APPROXIMATELY 3:30 AM TODAY, UFWU PICKETS ASSEMBLED IN STREETS OF 
DELANO BLOCKING ALL STREETS LEADING FROM DELANO IN EFFORT TO PREVENT 
FARM WORKERS FROM GOING TO FIELDS. ALL OTHER TRAFFIC WAS ALSO 
STOPPED. | ^BACKED] 

(ALL ROADS PEACEABLY WITH EXCEPTION OF ONE LOCATION, FORCE WAS 
NECESSARY AT THIS PARTICULAR LOCATION AND APPROXIMATELY 40 PICKETS ^ 



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-AT LEAST 17 WINDSHIELDS WERE REPORTED BROKEN 
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ON AT ABOUT 4t45 PM, ^ ^RESPONDED 

TO TOWN OF EARLIMART WHERE REPORTS RECEIVED THAT APPROXIMATELY 100 TO 
120 PERSONS HAD GATHERED TO PICKET PRIVATE RESIDENCE OF LABOR 



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ON WARRANTS CHARGING BOTH WITH TRESPASSING AND MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN 
CONNECTION WITH INCIDENT WHICH OCCURRED AT WATERMELON FIELD ON GEORGE 
LUCAS RANCH, AVENUE 48 AND ROAD 184, ON AM, 7-51-73. THESE ARRESTS 
BROUGHT TOTAL STRKE RELATED ARRESTS FOR DAY TO 7. 

AS OF 3l30 PM t 8-3-73, THERE WERE TWO STRIKE RELATED ARRESTS IN 
SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY, jl f ROBERTS FARMS, V?C 

RICHGROVE, CALIF. AREA, AVENUE 8 AND ROAD 148, AT 5»30 AM, REPORTED 
100 PICKETS OF UFW HAD FORCED CREW BUS CONTAINING 49 GRAPE PICKERS 
OFF ROAD. 14 WINDOWS IN BUS WERE BROKEN BY ROCKS THROWN BY PICKETS, 
/AND SEVERAL PASSENGERS RECEIVED LACERATIONS FROM GLASS AND ROCKS. 
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PICKETS ARE CONTINUING TO MOVE IN LARGE NUMBERS IN HIT-AND-RUN 
OPERATION ON VARIOUS RANCHES IN VIOLATION OF EXISTING INJUNCTION RE 
LIMIT OF PICKETS. 

UACB, IN ABSENCE OF UNUSUAL SITUATION, NO DAILY TELETYPE 
WILL BE SUBMITTED SATURDAY OR SUNDAY. DAILY TELETYPE WILL FOLLOW 
MONDAY AM, WHICH WILL SUMMARIZE WEEKEND ACTIVITY. 
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LABOR DISPUTE BETWEEN UNITED_ F aRM WORKER S UNION <UFWU> AND TEflr,,. 
UNION, FRESNO COUNTY, KERN COUNTY, AND TULARE COUNTY, CaLIF. , 7-31-73. 
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SED NO ADDITIONAL ARRESTS MADE TODAY OF J* 
UFW PICKETS. 410 REMAIN IN CUSTODY. APPROXlllAT 

INCLUDING JOAN BAEZ AND DANIEL ELLSBURG HaINTaINED^VIGIL DURING/ Wl 
AFTERNOON AWAITING RESULTS OF COURT HEARINflRfr THOSE SHLL rNCftRCERe=> 



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CESAR CHAVEZ IS REPORTED TO BE SOMEWHERE IN BOSTO* 1 Alffir? S§tf#l3*G 
FURTHER SUPPORT FOR UFW PICKETING ACTION. " mmmmm "*""■ 

ONE INCIDENT POSSIBLY RELATED TO THIS MATTER INVOLVED 
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OF MANUEL L. CAMARILLO, AGE 47, AMD REYNALDO G. ERIDlA, AGE 35, BY 
SHOTGUN BLAST REPORTED SUNDAY NIGHT. SHOOTING OCCURRED NEAR SANGER, 
CALIF., 15 MILES EAST OF FRESNO. GUNSHOT RIPPED THROUGH WINDOW OF 
HOUSE IN WHICH THEY WERE RESIDING. NO MOTIVE ESTABLISHED BUT 
CAflARlLLO TOLD DEPUTIES HE HAS BEEN CONFRONTED ON PRIOR OCCASIONS BY 
UFW PICKETS AND WAS FOLLOWED ONE TINE WHEN HE LEFT WORK IN FIELDS. 

KERN COUNTYf 

AT AROUND 2100 PM, 8-7-73, ABOUT 275 UFy PICKETS INVaDED FIELDS 
APPROXIMATELY FIVE MILES SOUTHEAST OF BAKERSFIELD, THROWING ROCKS 
AND ASAULTING WORKERS. AS OF 3i30 PM, ABOUT 23 ARRESTS MADE WITH 
SIX DEPUTIES OF KERN COUNTY SO INJURED, MINOR INJURIES. ALL 
AVAILABLE LAV ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL ORDERED TO SCENE. DISTURBANCE 
NOW UNDER CONTROL. IT SHOULD BE NOTED MAJORITY OF PERSONNEL 
AT KERN COUNTY SO HAVE BEEN WORKING 12-HOUR SHIFTS SIX DAYS 
PER WEEK FOR ABOUT PAST SIX WEEKS IN CONNECTION WITH uFw PICKETING 
ACTIVITIES. 
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■ftfrtE 700 ufw Rickets were again active in hit-and-run 

FASHION IN EARLIHART AND RICHGR0VE AREA OF SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY. 
AT Si$S An AT FRANK LuCICK RANCH, ROAD i?€ AND AVENUE 52, DEPUTY 
SHERIFFS HEARD TWO EXPLOSIONS. INVESTIGATION REVEALED TtfO HOMEMADE 
BOMBS HAD BEEN THROWN INTO FIELD WHERE THERE WERE WORKERS. BOMBS 
DETERMINED TO BE CORED WITH LARGE FIRECRACKERS APPROXIMATaY THREE 
TIMES LARGER THAN CHERRY BOMB SURROUNDED BY ROCKS AND WRAPPED IN 
TWINE. THERE WERE NO INJURIES. TODAY THERE WERE NINE STRIKE 
RELATED ARRESTS, THREE OF WHICH WERE FOR ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON 
WHICH INVOLVED THROWING LARGE CHUNKS OF ROaD ASPHALT. ONE WORKER 

injured. so patrol being severely limited as many units are dis- 
abled by barbs in roadway causing numerous tire failures. among 
objects confiscated this date from ufw pickets were one four foot 
ax handle and one machete. 

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LABOR DISPUTE BETWEEN UNITED FARM WORKERS UNION (UFWU) AND TEAMSTER 
UNION, FRESNO COUNTY, KERN COUNTY, AND TULARE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA 
7/31/73. CIVIL DISTURBANCE. 

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r~ln. Failed to submit letterhead memo re subject who 1* 
Government employs* 

§b. Omission ol 'Property of TBI* statement an letterhead memo 
c- Reason {or protect tag eourc* not given 
d. Documentation r* FISUR Agent* omitted 
tje. Failure to meet 5-day reporting rule after arrest 
Fj I. Preteit not described Qq. Accomplishments? Qh. Acquittal*? 

Ha. Investigation O c - Transcription 

b. Dictation | — |d. Reporting 

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Reporting office 
Date ol communication 
Investigative period 
Title 

a. incomplete CI] - "* ">" " O r* 1 le. Fugitive 

b. Misspelled □ (. Changed | 1 1, Omitted 
c.Omirrad | |3. parried □ 2. Incorrectly 

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3. Check Circular 

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dlate hearing before U. £. Magle. not reported 

Delay In receiving Information from P.D. indicates lack of 

police liaison 

, Incomplete reporting 

. Administrative data In details 

. Incorrect code section cited 

. Foiled*. 
I I ). Take ewctn statement 

B2, Show employed key facility 
3. Show date Information received 
Bi. Show name of Agent conducting Interview 
i- Show hoe access classified -deta at key facility' ' 
t. Crmracterizatioe omitted 
\. 'Place* omitted In Jurat of sworn statement 
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§1. Owner notified ] \2. Employed key facility 
3. Has access classified data at key facility 
4. Pertinent Section, U. S. Code 
| | d. Recovery value not set out 
r~)e. "Cawtion" noTHtattf 

I I J . Omitted □ 2. Failure lo delete 

| ]a. Incorrect Qb. Omitted 
I 111. Not approved by SAC (original returned for approval and forwarding) | | 20. 
[312. Copies 

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I II. Auxiliary office 
2. U. S. Attorney 

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Ba. Incorrectly reported 
b. Files consolidated at Bureau 



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Failed to submit evaluation memo 



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b. 30-day contact 
statement missing 

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Q22. Misspelling, page 

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Q24. Incorrect uee of 

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B2&. Resubmit promptly m farm suitable far duseminatlon 
26. Parole Report 

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§27. Incorrect date(s) 
28. Miscellaneous 
29. Bureau mailing instructions, Manual of Rules and Regulations 

II, Section 3, B, 2, Item e not followed. 

f3 JO. Submit appropriate amended pages. 



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FIRST LINE OF BETEL CONTAINING REFERENCE 18 ADMINISTRATIYE AND 
SHOULD HAVE BEEN AT END UNDER HEADING "ADMINISTRATIVE". SAME FOB 
LAST TWO PARAGRAPHS. TELETYPE SHOULD ALSO SHOW AT END WHAT LOCAL 
DISSEMINATION IS MADE, INSURE YOUR OFFICE 18 FULLFILLING RESPONSI- 
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30UNTY SO. JOAN BAEZ AND DANIEL ELLSB^RG VISITED FRESNO COUNTY 

INDUSTRIAL FARM TODAY WHERE PORTION OF 410 STILL IN CUSTODY ARE ^^/^* ' ^* - 
INCARCERATED. APPROXIMATELY 100 UFW PICKETS VISTIED ORCHARDS THIS ¥ * 
VI, THEN CAME TO FRESNO COURTHOUSE PARK WHERE THEY HAVE MAINTAINED 
SILENT VIGIL FOR THOSE STILL IN JAIL. COURT HEARING CONTINUE WITH 



JFW LAWYERS ATTEMPTING TO OBTAIN UNC 



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OBEYING ALL LAWS AND EXISTING INJUNCTIONS OR COURT ORDERS. UFw 

REFUSES TO ACCEPT THESE CONDITIONS AND PICKETS THEREFORE REMAIN IN 

JAIL AS UNITED GROUP. 

KERN COUNTY! 

ON 8-8-73, APPROXIMATELY 1,500 uFy PICKETS WERE PRESENT AROUND 
VARIOUS FARMS IN ARVIN-LAMONT AND DELANO- MCFARLAND, CaLIF. AREAS. 
SPORADIC ROCK THROWING AND BREAKING OF WINDSHIELDS OF VEHICLES OF 
FARMERS AND THEIR EMPLOYEES BY UFw PICKETS WERE REPORTED BUT NO 
SERIOUS CONFRONTATIONS HAVE OCCURRED. EIGHT WARRANT ARRESTS OF UFw 
PICKETS MADE. INDICATIONS ARE THAT SItJGER JOAN BAEZ AND DANIEL 
ELLSBURG ARE TO BE GUESTS OF CESAR CHAVEZ AT LAMONT PaRK AT aSOuT 

4:00 to today and 2,002 expected to attend. 

tulare county: 

total of approximately 1,130 ufw pickets were active in tulare 
county today. they were dispersed as follows: 700 in southern 
tulare county near richgrove; 250 in central tulare county area in 
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EXETER AND FARMERSVILLE; AND 150 IN NORTHERN TULARE COUNTY NEAR 

COMMUNITIES OF OROSI AND CUTLER. THERE WAS ONE STRIKE RELATED 

ARREST FOR ROCK THROWING, BUT NO SIGNIFICANT CIVIL DISTURBANCE TODAY 

IN ALL OF TULARE COUNTY. 

SEPARATE TELETYPE HAS BEEN SUBMITTED UNDER CAPTION "UNSUB; SIX 
'(ATTEMPTED FIRE30M3INGS BETWEEN 2:55 PM AND 11:25 PM, 8-7-73, LAMONT,' 
CALIF.; BOMBING MATTERS; EID", WHICH RELATES TO CAPTIONED MATTER. 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW AND REPORT. 
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FOLLOWING SET FORTH FOR INFO OF BUREAU RE CAPTIONED DISTURBANCE 
FRESNO COUNTY: 




REPORTS FIVE NEW ARRESTS OF UFW PICKETS FOR 
ROCK THROWING INCIDENTS. A 1£ OTHERS REMAIN IN JAIL AWAITING COU^i 




RULINGS ON WHETHER CERTAIN CONDITIONS WILL BE ATTACHED TO 
RECOGNIZANCE" RELEASES. 



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APPROXIMATELY 1,223 UFW PICKETS PRESENT IN KzZ'i COUNTY, CA 



today resulting in sporadic rock throwing with 
no major incidents, 
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ACTIVIEIES TAKEN FROM 24 UFW MEMBERS AT BAKERSFIELD TODAY. 

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TOTAL OF 85 UFW PICKETS ACTIVE IS TULARE COUNTY TODAY. TWO 
STRIKE RELATED ARRESTS INCLUDING ONE FOR ADtf ON Q Bb^* 

fl |fl ^ WAS FOR THROWING ROCK 

THROUGH WINDSHIELD OF FEMALE FARM WORKER'S VEHICLE, CAUSING HEAD 
INJURIES. THIS WAS HIS THIRD STRIKE RELATED ARREST IN PAST TWO WEEKS. 
REPORT HAS BEEN RECEIVED FROM LOS ANGELES COUNTY AUTHORITIES INDICAT- 
ING ALL AVAILABLE PORTABLE RADIOS OPERATING BOTH ON TULARE COUNTY 
CHANNELS ONE AND TWO HAVE BEEN PURCHASED FROM UNIDENTIFIED RADIO 
SHOP. THESE UNITS WERE REPORTEDLY PURCHASED BY "FARM WORKER TYPES". 
I© FURTHER INFO AVAILABLE. 

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DISTUR1U.CE, J 0$"* p0£ 

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ON INSTANT DATE, THERE WAS AHEETINQ OF ABOUT 2,000 MEMBERS 
AND SYMPATHIZERS IN DELANO, CALIF. PARK DURING MORNINQ HOURS. 
NO KNOWN DISTURBANCES AND NO PICKETING. 



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IDVISED THAT A COMPROMISE AGREEMENT HAD 
BEEN WORKED OUT TODAY BETWEEN THE FRESNO COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S 
OFFICE AND ATTORNEYS FOR THE RECENTLY RELEASED UNITED FARM WORKERS <W^ 
UNION STRIKERS. THE AGREEMENT 



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UNITED FARM WORKERS WILL BE POSTPONED FOR SIX MONTHS. IF THE PICKETS 
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THE CHARGES WILL BE DROPPED. 

UNITED FARM WORKERS ATTORNEY EUAN LAKE ADVISED THE COURT THAT 
SHE WOULD INTRUCT THE PICKETS AGAINST SUBMITTING TO ADDITIONAL ARRESTS. 

PICKETING ACTIVITIES IN FRESNO HAS DWINDLED TO ALMOST NOTHING, 
AND THERE WERE NO ARRESTS TODAY. 

TULARE COUNTYl 

NO PICKETING OR STRIKE - RELATED ACTIVITIES OCCURRED IN TULARE 
COUNTY, 8-20-73. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
ADMINISTRATIVE! 



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pickets who are congregated at two general locations in eastern ,■'' 
fresno county. 410 pickets remain in custody including several nuns?;" 

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AND PRIESTS WHO HAVE REFUSED RELEASE ON THEIR OR UNLESS EVERYONE IS' 
RELEASED. CESAR CHAVEZ HAS NOT BEEN OBSERVED AT ANY LOCATION IN 
FRESNO COUNTY TODAY. ,;'.V"' R£(>32 Wj/,^JJ/ - O 

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APPROXIMATELY 1,000 TO 1,200 UFO PICKETS PRESENT ^QKOtN^bu NT Y 
TOTAL OF FOUR ARRESTS MADE, TWO FOR DISTURBING PEACE AjjP-TVtTTOR ROCK 






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THROWING. HO MAJOR INCIDENTS KNOWN. 
TULARE COUNTY t 

alnosj 1,000 ufw pickets massed in rickgrove area of southern 
tulare County on Saturday, 8-4-73. situation became tense but order 
maintained when tulare county so deployed more than 40 deputies into 
area." di sturbance limited to ro ck th rowing and verbal abuse. 

ON MONDAY, 8-6-73, TE NSION COUN TINUED *ITH MORE THaN 800 uFW 
PICKETS MOVING ABOUT. THERE WAS MUCH ROCK THROWING AND FOUR STRIKE 
RELATED ARRESTS EFFECTED BEFORE 2»00 PM. CONGRESSMAN EDWARD ROYBALL, 
LOS ANGELES, WHO APPEARED ON SCENE, WAS QUOTED BY UPI AS STATING HE 
THOUGHT TULARE COUNTY SO WAS "OVERREACTING" TO STRIKE SITUATION. 
VEHEMENT DENIAL IMMEDIATELY ISSUED FROM TULARE COUNTY SO. 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW AND REPORT. 
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TULARE COUNTY: 

APPROXIMATELY 1,2£Z' UFw PICKETS ACTIVE TKI5 DATE WITH APPROXI- 
MATELY 7C3 If! SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY. SHOOTING IfCCIDENT OCCURRED IK 
WHICH Tv;0 UFV PICKETS WERE WOUNDED, fl W %1 




KUOaM \JHETHER THESE INDIVIDUALS WERE OA PICKET LI HE 0" HaD ENTERED 

VINEYARD. THERE WERE 11 STRIKE RELATED ARRESTS TODAY INCLUDING TWO 

FOR AjW uli PEACE OFFICERS, SPECIFICALLY CHARGED WITH THROivIIJG 

OBJECTS, MO ir.JURIES; ONE ARREST OF UFw WORKER FOR THROWING TaCkS ON 

roadway. i," early a:-!, this date, 0;>e 17 year old admitted paid -jijio*: 
far:-; worker employee arrested by calif., division of forestry a:w 
tulare col'n'ty sc akd charged with ar30:.' for having set fire to so^z 
woodei-' grape equipment, in mid- apter^oc \, this date, approximately 

253 UFW PICKETS PROTESTED I f J FRONT OF TULARE COUKTY SO, VISaLIA» 

DEMANDING IMMEDIATE AR3EST OF UNKNOWN INDIVIDUALS WHO ALLEGEDLY SHOT 

AT PICKETS. P'O AP.RESTS MADE AND HO SUSPECTS DEVELOPED THIS INCIDENT. 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW A?.'D REPORT. 

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FOLLOWIIG SET FORTH FOR IIFO OF BUREAU RE ABOVE DISTURBANC 

FRESNO COUNTY 
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CONTINUE TO MAINTAIN QUIET VlGtt IN FRESNO COURTHOUSE PARK Mj(uM^r\ 

favorable court decision as to release of those still held vr 




CUSTODY* APPROXIMATELY 130 PICKETS IN THREE GROUPS TRAVELED TODAY 



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(STRIKE) BUT MAKING NO FURTHER DEMONSTRATION. NO FURTHER ARRESTS MADE 



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THERE WERE APPROXIMATELY 1,200 UFW PICKETS IN KERN BOUNTY TODAY. 



OTHERWISE RELATIVELY QUIET. 



TWO ARRESTS HADE, ONE FOR TRESPASSING AND ONE FOR ROCK THROWING, BUT 

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THERE HAS BEEN ONE STRIKE R&ATED ARREST FOR DISTURBING PEACE AID & 





REAR WINDOW OF ORE SO UHIT BROKER BY THROW! ROCKS, 

ADVISED TO DATE TULARE COURTY HAS EXPEHDED 
IR EXCESS OF $130,000 IR KEEPIRG PEACE IR THIS STRIKE AREA, HE ALSO 
RELATED FRESRO COURTY HAS EXPENDED $301,000 AMD KERR COURTY IR EXCESS 
OF $200,000. AS RESULT OF EXTERSIVE IRVESTIGATIO! CORDUCTED BY 
TULARE COUNTY SC OVER WEEKEND, S/ii- 12/75, 



IDEHTIFIED AS IRDIVJJDUAL WHO ALLEGEDLY FIRED .22 CALIBER RIFLE AT 
UFV PICKHS WHO RUSHED FIELD OF AL HASAKIAN IR SOUTHERR TULARE COURTY 
OR FRIDAY, S- 10-73. HATTER PRESENTED TO DISTRICT ATTORNEY, TULARE 
COURTY, TODAY* COHPLAlRT AUTHORIZED AID FILED AID WARRAHT ISSUED 
CHARGING^ ^WITH VIOLATION SECT IOI 245 PC, ASSAULT WITH DEADLY* 

WEAPON. BOND SET AT$%000. ^ HAS REPORTEDLY FLED TULARE ^ 
COURTY TO 6AR PEDRO, CALIF. 

. SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW ARD REPORT. 
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COURT RULING RE LIMITATIONS ON "OR" RELEASES. CESAR CHAVEZ APPEARED 
IN COURTHOUSE PARK AND URGED ASSEMBLED GROUP OF SYMPATHIZERS TO RENEW 
PICKETING AND STEP UP THEIR BOYCOTT ACTIVITIES. 




ONE OF RELEASEES. STATING SHE HAD BECOME ^fWfi 
CONFIRMED ANARCHIST". APPROXIMATELY 100 REMAIN IN JAIL. 



ARRESTS MADE TODAY IN FRESNO COUNTY WHERE APPROXIMATELY £50 PICKETS 

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THERE WERE APPROXIMATELY 600 UFWU PICKETS IN DELANO, CALIF* AREA 
TODAY, APPROXIMATELY 445 IN ARVIN-LAMONT AREA, AND APPROXIMATELY 
1,000 IN SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY, WHICH AJOINS KERN COUNTY LINE AT 
DELANO. THERE HAVE BEEN SOME ROCK- THROWING INCIDENTS INVOLVING UFWU 
PICKETS AND THREE PICKET CAPTAINS ARRESTED ON WARRANTS ISSUED AS 
RESULT OF INJUNCTION VIOLATIONS, 8-13-75. THERE HAVE BEEN THREE 
REPORTS OF ARSON INVOLVING BURNING OF GRAPE BOXES STACKED IN FIELDS 
IN LAMONI AREA* 

TULARE COUNTY 

APPROXIMATELY 1,000 UFW PICKETS ACTIVE IN SOUTHERN TULARE COUNTY 
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OWN. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 

ADMINISTRATIVE! . 

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AT 12134 A.M., 8/14/73, A GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS ENTERED THE 
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^THROWING BOTTLES AND CREATING A BARROOM BRAWL- TYPE ATMOSPHERE. 

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ACROSS THE SHOULDER WITH MIS FLASHLIGHT DURING EFFORTS TO SUBDUE KIH 
ON FOOT. AS DAIFULLAN RAN FROM THE BAR, HE FELL INTO THE STREET 
FROM THE CURB AND HIT FACE FIRST. HE SUFFERED OBVIOUS CUTS AND 
ABRASIONS ABOUT THE FACE AND WAS TRANSPORTED TO THE KERN COUNTY 
GENERAL HOSPITAL IN BAKERSFIELD FOR TREATMENT. DAIFULLAN NEVER 
REGAINED CONSCIOUSNESS AND DIED AT 1 100 A.M., 8/15/73. 

ALCOHOLIC BLOOD CONTEXT TEST GIVEN DAIFULLAN WITHIN AN HOUR 
AFTER THE INCIDENT SHOWED 2.84 ON THE SCALE, 

THE SUBSEQUENT AUTOPSY DISCLOSED DAIFULLAN HAD CUTS AND 
ABRASIONS ON THE FACE AND DIED FROH A MASSIVE CONCUSSION OF THE 
SKULL. KCSO HAD PLACED A HOLD ON DAIFULLAN FOR ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY 
WEAPON AND FELONY ASSAULT ON A POLICE OFFICER. 

KCSO ALSO ARRESTED^ ■ AND 

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FAT THE SMOKE HOUSE BAff FOR DISTURBING THE PEACE, 
RESISTING ARREST, AND FAILURE TO DISPERSE. 
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DEFENSE OF THE ABOVE INDIVIDUALS. 

SHORTLY AFTER THE DEATH OF DAIFUUAN, JERRY COHEN, ATTORNEY 
FOR UFtfUt ANNOUNCED TO THE KCSO THAT HE WOULD PRODUCE TWO WITNESSES 
AT 9t00 A.fU, 8/15/73, WHO OBSERVED COOPER HIT DAIFULLAN IN THE 
HEAD WITH HIS FLASHLIGHT. IN RESPONSE TO HIS ANNOUNCEMENT, A 
HONOCIDE DETECTIVE FROM KCSO AND AN INVESTIGATOR FROM THE KERN COUNTY 
5 DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE AND A DEPUTY FROM THE LAMONT SUBSTATION 

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5 FROM KCSO APPEARED FOR A MEETING WITH COHEN, WHO DID NOT APPEAR 

UNTIL 9t45 A.M. COHEN ARRIVED ALONE AND ANNOUNCED THAT HE WOULD NOT 
PRODUCE THE WITNESSES NOR WOULD HE IDENTIFY THEN TO KERN COUNTY 
AUTHORITIES AS HE? WAS TURNING ALL OF HIS INFORMATION OVER TO THE 
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. INTERESTED AGENCIES ARE AWARE OF THE 

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REFERENCE SACRAMENTO IITEL TO BUREAU* 6/14/73. 

DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S INVESTIGATOR, BYRUM, ADVISED THAT COHEN 
REPORTEDLY TOLD A LOCAL NEVSNAN THAT HE IS ALSO REFERRING THE ABOVE 
INCIDENT TO THE ARABIAN EMBASSY FOR THE PROVINCE OF YEMEN VHO VILL 
BE CONDUCTING THEIR OWN INVESTIGATION INTO ABOVE HATTER. INTERESTED 
AGENCIES AVARE OF ABOVE INCIDENT. 
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'>31-73. CIVIL DISTURBANCE. A\a\P iD tiffin f'°\j X 

>\ following set forth f0r> info of bureau re above disturbance: [/*■ 
fresno county: //j j v"'' 

"^advised ufw spokesman advised fresno county 
Rickets on Sunday that ufw would no longer be able to pay $75 a week 
in strike benefits it has been paying for several months. benefits 
are still being paid in delano, calif. area where picketing is now 



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CAUSE. MOST OF PICKETS IN FflESNfcXe. 



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ON "OWN RECOGNIZANCE" WITH INDIVIDUAL TRIALS SCHEDULED FOR SEVERAL 
HUNDRED DEFENDANTS. NO NEW ARRESTS TODAY IN FRESNO COUNTY. 
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KERN COUNTY: 

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APPROXIMATELY 575 PICKETS ACTIVE IN DELANO, CALIFORNIA, AREA TODAY 
AND APPROXIMATELY 3 75 MEMBERS OF UFVU ARE PICKETING IN ARV1N-LAMONT, 
CALIFORNIA AREA. EXCEPT FOR FEW INCIDENTS OF ROCK THROWING, ALL 

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TULARE COUNTY: 

1,125 UFW PICKETS ACTIVE TODAY WITH TWO STRIKE RELATED ARRESTS. 
SITUATION DESCRIBED AS EXTREMELY TENSE ByJ £ tP 

ALSO EXPRESSED CONCERN FOR EXTREME STATE OF FATIGUE ON PART OF 
EPUTIES WHO ARE WORKING 12-HOUR SHIFTS AND CONSTANT STANDBY. 



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■ y VENCEREMOS ORGANIZATION MEMBERS, RICHARD PAUJ^ CURTIS. DOB 11-1 7-36. jj^ 
HOWARD BRUCE^FRANKLIN, DOB _2-2S-34 , AND WILBERT^JACKSON , DOB_l J-27-29 , 



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IN TULARE AND KERN COUNTIES WITH WEAPONS; PURPOSE UNKNOWN. 
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in whose autos ufv flags were 
found, started numberous fires in driveway and in vehicle in which twc 
passengers were sleeping at sierra vista farm labor camp, road 176, 
in southern tulare county. no injuries resulted and four individuals 
have been apprehended by tulare county so and charged with arson, 
in same area at approximately 8l20 am, 8-15-73, at george lucas ranch 
after rock fight between ufw pickets and farm workers in which two 
farm laborers in field were cut and bruised, fernando fab el v#ha vez 
son of cesar chavez, relate to tulare county so he had just been 
fired on. chavez reportedly took cover behind parked car. six or 

SEVEN SHOTS WERE ALLEGEDLY FIRED, THREE OF WHICH HIT AUTO* CHAVEZ 
WAS NOT INJURED. CHAVEZ IDENTIFIED SUSPECT AS 



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^ATiQPitJEY' SUFFICE. COMPLAINT ALSO FILED AGAINST 



FOR SAME OFFENSE. TULARE COUNTY SO 



EXPECTS THEIR ARRESTS SHORTLY. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
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UNION, FRESNO^COUNTY, KERN COUNTY, AND TULARE COUNTY, CALIF., 7-3; 
CIVIL DISTURBANCE. 

] FOLLOWING INFO SET FORTH FOR BUREAU RE ABOVE DISTURBANCE:" 
FRESNO COUNTY: p^g ^ y f c ^ ^ ^ ,_, /^ 

^ fl ptODAY REPORTED ANOTHER QUIET DAY OF Uttf 



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PICKETING ACTIVITY. THERE WERE APPROXIMATELY 150 UFW PICKETS AT 




FIVE LOCATIONS DURING MORNING HOURS IN SANGER, CALIF., AREAS. 
THERE WERE NO ARRESTS. 
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ADVISED UFWU HAS APPROXIMATELY 550 PICKETS ACIIVE IN 
DELANO, CALIF. AREA AND APPROXIMATELY 350 PICKETS ACTIVE IN LAMONT, 
CALIF, AREA. PICKETING HAS BEEN RELATIVELY CALM EXCEPT FOR TWO 
INCIDENTS. ONE RESULTED FROM ROCK THR^N BY PICKET THROUGH WIND- 
SHIELD OF WORKER ENTERING FIELDS AND NECESSITATED ONE WOMAN RECEIVINt 
MEDICAL ATTENTION. ONE PICKET CAPTAIN OF UFWU ALSO ARRESTED TODAY AJ 
RESULT OF WARRANT CHARGING VIOLATION OF INJUNCTION, 8-15-73. 

ON AFTERNOON, 8-16-73, TWO FILIPINO INDIVIDUALS OBSERVED TO 
DRIVE BY UFWU PICKET LINES AT WHEELER RIDGE ROAD ON DAVID ROAD SOUTH 
LAMONT, CALIF. AREA, AT WHICH TIME THEY FIRED SEVERAL SHOTS INTO 
FOUR OR FIVE UFWU VEHICLES. ONE 60 YEAR OLD UFW PICKET INJURED AND 
TAKEN TO UFWU MEDICAL CLINIC IN LAMONT FOR MEDICAL ATTENTION. UFWU 
PICKETS OBTAINED LICENSE OF PASSING VEHICLE, AND KERN COUNTY SO NOW 
SEARCHING FOR VEHICLE. 
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APPROXIMATELY 1,000 UFW PICKETS ACTIVE IN TULARE COUNTY TODAY, 
AS OF 3:00 PM, NO ARRESTS HAVE BEEN MADE ALTHOUGH MUCH ROCK THROWING 
AND VERBAL ABUSE FROM UFW PICKETS HAS BEEN EXPERIENCED BY FIELD 

HAVE NOW BEEN ARRESTED AND 
CHARGED WITH WOUNDING OF UFW PICKETS ON 8-10-73. SEVERAL STATE 
LEGISLATORS FROM AROUNG NATION HAVE COMMUNICATED WITH TULARE COUNTY 
SHERIFF ALLEGING BREAKDOWN OF LAW AND ORDER, PREJUDICE, ETC., IN 
CONNECTION WITH TREATMENT OF UFW PICKETS. ONE OF THESE STATE 
ASSEMBLYMEN IS RICHARD ALTORE, LOS ANGELES, WHO IT WAS DETERMINED 
HAS NEVER VISITED AREA, HAD RECEIVED INFO PERTAINING TO ALLEGED 
CONDITIONS FROM FERNANDO CHAVEZ, JR., SON OF CESAR CHAVEZ, WHO IS IN 
SOME MANNER ASSOCIATED WITH ALATORE'S OFFICE. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
ADMINISTRATIVE: 

RE SACRAMENTO NITEL, 8-15-73. 

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APPROXIMATELY 5,600 UFW MEM3ERS AND SYMPATHIZERS ATTENDED^ V^ 
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR NASI WOSHIN DAIFULLAN AND PARTICIPATED IN 
RELATED MARCH IN DELANO, CALIFM AREA TODAY. NO INCIDENTS KNOWN AN 
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COUNTY SO HAS ARRESTED TWO MALE FILIPINOS, 

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TULARE COUNTY: 

NO UFW PICKETING ACTIVITY IN TULARE COUNTY TODAY. ALL PICKETS 
ATTENDING FUNERAL CORTEGE AT UFW HEADQUARTERS, DELANO, CALIF., RE 
FUNERAL OF DAIFULLAN WHO DIED IN KERN COUNTY EtfR BRAWL DURING 

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CURRENT WEEK. LOCAL SOURCES INDICATE CESAR 



iVEZ HAS CALLED 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE UFW MEETING AT DELANO FOR 6 PK THIS DATE TO 
DISCUSS STRIKE STRATEGY. MEETING OF ALL UFW PICKETS SCHEDULED FOR 
DELANO TOMORROW, 6 AM, TO FURNISH RESULTS THERE FROM. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
ADMINISTRATIVE: 

RE SACRAMENTO NITEL, 8-16-73." 

ON 8-16-73, CONGRESSMAN DON EDWARDS (D-SAN JOSD TELEPHONICALLY 
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CONTACTED SRA AT BAKERSFIELD AND STATED HE DESIRED TO DISCUSS CURREl 
CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATION BEING CONDUCTED BY FBI RE GENERAL SITUA- 
TION AND RECENT SHOOTING OF FARM WORKER. HE WAS ADVISED HE WAS 
WELCOME TO VISIT RA BUT SRA WOULD NOT DISCUSS CASE. HE DID NOT 

APPEAR. ^/9^ // J-~-~" 

ON AFTERNOON, 8-17-73, CONGRESSMAN EDWARDS, HIS ADMINISTRATIVE 

ASSISTANT, AND J ACQUES\EVY APPEARED AT BAKERSFIELD RA. CONGRESSMAt^ 
EDWARDS TOLD SRA HE WAS CONCERNED AS TO WHETHER OR NOT SUFFICIENT 
FBI MANPOWER BEING USED IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MATTER, STATING IT 
SEEMED TO HIM IT WOULD BE IMPOSSIBLE FOR BAKERSFIELD FBI OFFICE TO 
HANDLE MASSIVE CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATION NEEDED TO BE CONDUCTED. 
HE WAS ADVISED SUFFICIENT MANPOWER HAD BEEN ASSIGNED AT THIS TIME 
AND SRA WAS NOT AT LIBERTY TO DISCUSS MATTER FURTHER, CONGRESSMAN 
EDWARDS WAS CONGENIAL BUT SAID HE INTENDED TO TAKE MATTER OF MAN- 
POWER ASSIGNMENTS UP WITH "WASHINGTON". 

FOR INFO, LEVY IS F REE-LANCE WRITER KNOWN TO BAKERSFIELD RA AS 
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ASSOCIATE OF TOP OFFICIALS OF UFW. LAST CONTACT WITH LEVY ABOUT TWC 
YEARS AGO, HE WAS SUPPOSEDLY WRITING BOOK IN CONJUNCTION WITH LARRY 
SHEARS OF BAKERSFIELD, SELF-STYLED PROFESSIONAL INFORMANT WHO HAS 
MADE NATIONAL NEWS DURING PAST FOUR YEARS RE HIS "EXPOSURE OF 
ALLEGED PLOT AGAINST LIFE OF UFW LEADER CESAR CHAVEZ". 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW AND REPORT. 
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LOCAL SAFEWAY STORES. AS 7~ <J? O CkST V ~~ /S~ ^L 

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ALSO LOCAL PRESS REPORTED THAT AFTER LAST EVZfUNG'S EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL MEETING OF UFW, UFW LEADER CESAR CHAVEZ CALLED FOR 100 FBI 
AGENTS TO AID IN INVESTIGATION AND PROTECTION OF UFU PICKETS. ALMOST 
SIMULTANEOUSLY, THE DELANO CO'jriClL OF GROWERS ALSO ISSUED A CALL TO TK. 
US DEPT. OF JUSTICE FOR PROTECTION OF THEIR WORKERS FROM THE VIOLENT 
ACTS OF UFW PICKETS. 

TULARt COUNTY: 

NO UFW PICKETING ACTIVITIES REPORTED IN TULARE COUNTY TODAY. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
ADMINISTRATIVE: 

RE SACRAMENTO KITEL, 8-17-73. 

RE SACRAMENTO TEL CaLL TO LOS ANGELES AND SaN FRANCISCO, o-lS-73. 

THERE WAS AN EhRLY RUMOR THAT THE KZRN COUNTY PROCESSION' TO LOS 
ANGELES MIGHT POSSIBLE PICKET AT SA'i CLEMEWTE. FURTHER INQUIRY BY KERf. 
COUN'TY S3 REVEALED THIS TO 3E STRICTLY RUMOR AND NO BASIS IN FaCT, 
HOWEVER, SECRET SERVICE, SACRAMENTO AND LOS ANGELES ADVISED LOCALLY. 

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RE SACRAMENTO NITEL, 8-20-73.^'' ^~ 

FOR INFO OF BUREAU, THIS DIVISION WAS CONTACTED TODAY BY USA'S 
OFFICE AND USA'S OFFICE, BOTH SACRAMENTO, USA'S OFFICE CONTACTED BY 
DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL WHO REQUESTED EVALUATION OF CURRENT 
SITUATION WITH UFW-TEAMSTERS DISPUTE, REQUEST APPARENTLY PROMPTED 
BY STATEMENTS LAST WEEK INDICATING 100 FEDERAL AGENTS WOULD BE 
REQUESTED TO PROTECT FARM WORKERS AND INVESTIGATE CASES, 

USM'S OFFICE CONTACTED BY CHIEF MARSHAL, WASHINGTON, WITH SAME 
TYPE REQUEST, IT APPEARS THERE IS SOME THINKING POSSIBLY USM'S MAY 
BE ASSIGNED TO MAINTAIN PEACE BETWEEN FARM WORKERS AND TEAMSTERS 
UNION. 

BOTH USA AND MARSHAL ADVISED ALL INFO AVAILABLE TO THIS DIVISION 
HAS BEEN FURNISHED TO OUR HEADQUARTERS IN WASHINGTON, D.C. AND HAS 

IN TURN BEEN DISSEMINATED TO DEPARTMENT AND INTERESTED AGENCIES OF 
EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT. BOTH WERE INFORMED FBI DOES NOT 
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ENGAGE IN PROTECTIVE SERVICES AND WE WERE HANDLING RESULTING CJ 



RIGHT S COMPLAINT S WITH AVAILABLE PERSONNEL- ma 1 »fr\ OF BUREAU, IT 
', IS BELIEVED OUR RESPONSIBILITIES CAN BE FULFILLED WITH CURRENT 

PERSONNEL, AND TO OVER REACT WOULD BE UNylSE. 
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"7/31/73. ClTlL DISTURBANCE. 





FOLLOWING SET FORTH FOR INFO RE CAPTIONED DISTURBANCE* 

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NO PICKETING ACTIVITY BY UFtfU IN FRESNO COUNTY TODAY. 



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'ADVISED OF RECEIPT OF INFO FROM UNNAMED 
OFFICER OF INTELLIGENCE UNIT OF CALIF. STATE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
WHO ADVISED REASON FOR TEAMSTERS ATTEMPT TO RENEGE ON THEIR FARM 
LABOR CONTRACTS IN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY IS THEIR RELUCTANCE TO OFFEND 
HARRY 5RIDQES AND LONGSHOREMEN' S UNION* WHICH UNION THEY EXPECT TO 
ABSORB WHEN BRIDGES STEPS DOyN. IT WAS POINTED OUT LONGSHOREMEN'S 
SYMPATHIES ARE WITH UFWU, AND TEAMSTERS DO NOT WANT TO ALIENATE THaT 
* ORGANIZATION LEST THEIR PLAN TO ABSORB GROUP BE JEOPARDIZED. 





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DEATH OF NAGI MOSHIN DAlFULLAN, WHO DIED 8/15/73, AFTER DISTURBANCE 

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THIS INVESTIGATION BY STATE OF CALIF. WAS INITIATED AS DIRECT RESULT 
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ANY PERTINENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THIS INVESTIGATION WOULD BE « A DE 
AVAILABLE TO SACRAMENTO OFFICE. 

UAC^ja^VIEw OF DIMINISHING ACTIVITY BETWEEN UF W U AND TEAMSTERS 
UNION, DAILY NITEL WILL BE DISCONTINUED; HOWEVER, CONTINUED DAILY / 

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FRESNO COUNTY 

'ADVISED THERE WERE APPROXIMATELY 150 UFtfU 
PICKETS IN MELON FIELDS BETWEEN FIREBAUGH AND MENDOTA, CALU 
AT EACH OF TWO LOCATIONS, APPROXIMATELY 25 PICKETS RUSHED 
ATTEMPTING TO ATTACK WORKERS. SIX PICKETS ARRESTED AT EACH LOCATION. 
ALL 12 CHARGED WITH TRESPASS; ONE HAD ADDITIONAL CHARGE OF INCITING 



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NO PICKETING ACTIVITY BY Ul 

TULARE COUNTY 

7 AUG 29 1973 
NO PICKETING ACTIVITY. ^TfJJ-FWU IN TULARE COUNTY TODAY. 




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'_ -^f lABOR DISPUTE BETWEEN "UNITED FARM WORKERS UNION ( UFVU ) A^D 
TEAMSTERS_ UNION, MERCED COUNTY., CALIFORNIA , 8-g9-73. 
CIVIL DISTURBANCE. 



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APPROXIMATELY 7:00 AM, 8/29/73 CONFRONTATION DEVELOPED BE- 
TWEEN UFW PICKETS AND TEAMSTER UNION WORKERS AT GALLO RANCH 
NEAR LIVINGSTON, CALIF. 20 MERCED COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES AND Q fh 
50 MERCED CITY POLICE OFFICERS WERE ON SCENE DURING CONFRONTATION. 
UFW PICKETS CHARGED THROUGH LINE OF S.O. DEPUTIEs'aND GaLLO u 

SECURITY PERSONNEL AND ATTACKED WORKERS fjj J TIELp, W I TH R IVES ftJSjp , ^ 
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60 ADULTS AND JUVENILES WERE ARRESTED AND TAKEN TO MERftp B ^ P 5 U 
COUNTY JAIL, A CHARGED WITH ADw AND REMAINDER WITH REFUSAL 
TO DISPERSE. MAJORITY OF 6£ STILL REMAIN IN CUSTODY. 



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182 UFy PICKETS DEMONSTRATED PEACEFULLY AT GALLO VINEYARDS OUTSIDE 
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UNLESS ANOTHER INCIDENT OCCURS. THIS MATTER WILL BE CLOSELY pi/V^ 

FOLLOWED AND THE BUREAU KEPT ADVISED. 

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CHAVEZ, UFWU DIRECTOR, IS PRESENTLY IN HONOLULU, 




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SYMPATHIZERS LEFT DELANO, CALIFORNIA 8/31/73 EN ROUTE TO PHOENIX, /\ 



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PICKETING ACTIVITIES IN KERN-TULARE COUNTY AREA HAVE CEASED 
AND GRAPES ARE NOW BEING HARVESTED WITHOUT INTERFERENCE FROM 
UFWU. 

PERTINENT LOCAL AND FEDERAL AGENCIES NOTIFIED. 
ADMINISTRATIVE I 

RE SACRAMENTO NITEL, 8/31/73.' 

IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT CIVIL RIGHTS INVESTIGATIONS 
^*AT BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA,^ ^LEGAL DEPARTMENT 9 

UNITED FARM WORKERS UNION (UFWU), KEENE, CALIFORNIA, WAS CONTACTED 
8/28/73, AT WHICH TIKE SHE MENTIONED SHE HAD BEEN UNABLE TO SECURE 
NAMES AND LOCATIONS OF VICTIMS AND WITNESSES BECAUSE UFWU OFFICIALS 
WERE BUSY IN GRAPE BOYCOTT CONFERENCE. SHE DID NOT ELABORATE. 

SACRAMENTO WILL FOLLOW AND REPORT ANY ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS. 
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SAC, ^ACRArffiOTO (176-69) (C) 
LABOR DISPUTE 



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Inasmuch as open confrontations between rival 
unions relative to the grape harvest have ceased, 
Sacramento will discontinue following and reporting under 
above caption. 

Separate cases opened which grew out of the 
dispute are being handled separately. This case is 
considered closed. 



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